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The Jacaranda Tree by  Rebecca Brandewyne - Paperback - 1995-03-01 - from Kayleighbug Books and Biblio.com

The Jacaranda Tree

by Brandewyne, Rebecca

Condition: Good


Warner Books, 1995-03-01. Mass Market Paperback. Good. 365 pages; faint spine creasing, edge wear; A sense of foreboding had gripped Arabella Darracott when she left England to join her guardian in Australia. Years before, a gypsy fortune-teller had told her of a purple blossomed tree, a far-off shore, and a devil of a man who awaited her there. Now, as she neared her destination, shipwreck and fate threw her into the arms of a rescuer, "Demon" Lucien Sinclair, the notorious ex-convict who had become rich in the gold fields of New South Wales. Lucien - wild and wickedly handsome - was the fallen archangel of her dreams. But the crime in his past was linked to a dangerious secret. And the passion awakened under the Jacaranda tree could cost Arabella her future, even her life...or give her Lucien forever to cherish, forever to love.

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